Friday, December 18, 2009


Insanely hilariously good video re-posted by the good folks at You Ain't No Picasso.

To wit: 'I said it on twitter and I’ll say it here: if this had come out this year, I’d pick it for song of the year.

Boing Boing posted this video of a song written by an Italian composer in a gibberish language that is his imitation of what he thought English sounded like. It’s a great 70s funk track that incorporates killer riffs, great dance moves and manages to answer the old question “what does English sound like to foreigners?”'


antoniasrego said...


chiara said...

It's so funny: my dad knew this song (he used to listen a lot to Celentano) and now it's getting famous in the US!

chiara said...

BTW: the girl with long dark hair that stands up in class is his wife (she's a singer too), and the blonde who dances is a famous italian showgirl (Raffaella Carrà)

K said...

WHAT! That is amazing!!!